|Real name||Voltage (former name unknown)|
|Species||Skrill (Titan Wing)|
|Fate||Living on Berk with five hatchlings|
This page is comprised of Voltage's relationships with characters he has interacted with. Due to his and Sigrid's constant moving around and his highly protective nature, Voltage is hostile and alert to newcomers.
Voltage was a member of the Stormchasers Viking tribe when he was captured by them with the intention of being trained by Baldr Armstrong. However, he bonded with Sigrid Henderson instead and fled from the tribe with her.
Following their desertion of the Stormchasers, Voltage joined the Tinkerers tribe.
Voltage had several siblings whilst growing up, whom he was forced to fight with almost constantly for survival. His parents abandoned him before he hatched.
Voltage's mate is the mother of his hatchlings, though their union appears to be based solely on procreation during mating season.
Following their final confrontation with the Stormchasers, Voltage eventually fathered five baby Skrills. However, many Skrill parents typically abandon their eggs, leaving the babies to fend for themselves. Recalling his own experience with this abandonment, Voltage refused to do the same and be there for his hatchlings. Though he is somewhat strict with raising them, he loves them dearly and is fiercely protective of his babies.
Though they started out as enemies, Voltage eventually came to view the Vikings and dragons of Berk as friends, or at the very least, allies. He was fiercely hostile to them during their initial encounter due to the injury Sigrid suffered at their hands. While they established neither party was bad, Voltage remained constantly vigil and cautious around them.
Sigrid is Voltage's trainer and rider, whom he abandoned Baldr for. When Sigrid first met him, he was tied down to a cart and being brought into the village. She nearly reached out to touch him, marvelled by his beauty and power, but was stopped by Baldr because of the Skrill's shocking ability. When she first got a look at him, Sigrid became fascinated by him and was unable to focus and concentrate on other things. One night, she snuck out to the caged arena where it was being kept to get a closer look at him. Voltage startled her when he flew up to and clasped the bars. Though frightened, Sigrid became mesmerized by his intense glare before running off to avoid detection. Many times during Baldr's attempts to train it, Voltage would cast his eyes towards Sigrid.
When Baldr ordered his food and water to be withheld, Sigrid snuck out to the arena again, bringing him fish. She tossed the fish inside, but when he did not move, she climbed down to feed it to him by hand. She was hesitant at first, but Voltage took the fish without any trouble. As he sensed the approaching guards, Voltage covered her with his body and hid her from the guards until they passed. These nightly feedings continued for several days, during which the two formed a strong bond with each other.
Sigrid was in charge of making a saddle for the dragon, and took care to make sure the material was comfortable and would fit properly. She took on the task of putting the saddle on him, as Voltage resisted Baldr's attempts. Voltage was calm and docile as Sigrid placed the saddle on him and made sure it was tight but comfortable, showing a degree of compassion and trust for her. Later that night, Sigrid began wondering what to name him. She asked out loud to him if Baldr had chosen a name, to which he responded by showing Sigrid a plaque with Baldr's chosen name. Appalled by the horrible name he had chosen, Sigrid instead suggested "Voltage", which he liked. As she eyed the saddle still on his back, she carefully lifted herself onto his back. Voltage showed no resistance to this and the two came to an agreement that it was a perfect fit.
When Sigrid's secret was exposed, she challenged Baldr for Voltage. She fought her hardest and won one out of two competitions before coming to the final round, which involved Voltage choosing his rider between the two to show training skills. Voltage did not hesitate to side with Sigrid, causing an uproar within the tribe. When the Chief and her father attempted to execute her for her actions, Voltage came to her rescue and the two fled Stormchaser Island together and remain on the run to this day.
Following his and Sigrid's capture, Flynn rescued the former from his cage. They were shown to work well together, though Voltage's manner of flying was too rough for Flynn to handle.
Baldr is Voltage's original trainer and rider. Voltage was captured by Baldr and his men as part of Baldr's Rite of Passage to capture his own dragon and train it. Voltage greatly disliked his former trainer, Baldr, largely due to Baldr's harsh treatment and brutal training methods as well as Baldr's name choice for Voltage, which he supposedly hated. Baldr held no respect or honour for Voltage, which was a large component of why he failed to gain the Skrill's trust and devotion. One of Baldr's attempts to train Voltage involved restricting all his food and water until he broke. Voltage holds no regrets for abandoning the trainer he despised for a new one.
When Edgar tried to persecute Sigrid for her crimes, Voltage came to her rescue. While there was no direct interaction between Voltage and Edgar, it is likely that Voltage considers Edgar an enemy and threat to Sigrid's safety and happiness.